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05 Mar 2017 Summary of Upcoming South Florida IT Events [60999]
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05 Mar 2017 Broward NOVA Lean Coffee [61211]
Thursday, March 16th, 2017: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Nova Southeastern University - Carl DeSantis Building

This is a recurring lean coffee occurring on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM EST. Please join us for a regularly scheduled Lean Coffee at Nova Southeastern University Description: This is an interactive session for anyone interested in topics relating to Agile software development, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Lean Management, etc. All experience levels are welcome. This is an opportunity to get together with your fellow South Florida Agilists and discuss challenges, solutions, trends, or anything else to help you grow as an Agilist.

Rick Regueira, Alex Kanaan, Deema Dajani, Donny Herrera, Joy Chambers, Rimma Polissky, Tony Di Perna
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05 Mar 2017 Sponsored - Agile Project Management - Level 1 - One day Workshop [61213]
Friday, March 17th, 2017: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Florida International University, Graham University Center

Agile Project Management - A complete suite for agile transformation


Agile project management is a fast growing project management methodology across the world. The approach has various components and levels. It starts from basic implementation for a new and small team and goes toward large and complex projects. To become proficient and master for adoption of this approach requires change in the organization at all the levels. Including from the team to top management, it is a change in the mindset and style of doing the right things to achieve the goal.

Syed Ali, Jose Carranza, Mel Marcus, Victor Arenas
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03 Mar 2017 Security Alert Overload Threatens To Bury Security Teams [61079]
Network World, March 3rd, 2017

"Enterprises can't keep up with security alert volume, struggle to prioritize the right alerts and ignore a large percentage of the security alert total. They need help!...

When it comes to incident detection and response, enterprise organizations are collecting, processing and analyzing more security data through an assortment of new analytics tools - endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools, network analytics tools, threat intelligence platforms (TIPs), etc.

When each of threat management or security analytics tools sees something suspicious, it generates a security alert, and therein lies the problem: Enterprise organizations are getting buried by an avalanche of security alerts. According to ESG research:..."
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03 Mar 2017 Big Data Protection In The Age Of Machine Learning [61061]
Datamation, March 3rd, 2017

"The concept of machine learning has been around for decades, primarily in academia. Along the way it has taken various forms and adopted various terminologies, including pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, knowledge management, computational statistics, etc.

Regardless of terminology, machine learning enables computers to learn on their own without being explicitly programmed for specific tasks. Through the use of algorithms, computers are able to read sample input data, build models and make predictions and decisions based on new data. This concept is particularly powerful when the set of input data is highly variable and static programming instructions cannot handle such scenarios..."
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